Netflix is Going to Drop One Movie a Week For All of 2021

Credit: Netflix
As Netflix nears 200 million subscribers, it promises an aggressive slate with new movies every week. 

They say that content is king, and I definitely believe it. As we get into the depths of the streaming war, platforms are battling each other. That's never been more true. Now, Netflix is upping the ante. They are guaranteeing their 193 million subscribers a new film every week in 2021. And some weeks, they'll have more than one new film. 

There are 71 unique titles, covering acquisitions, adaptations, and original ideas. 

To break this news, Netflix made a video release with Dwayne Johnson, Melissa McCarthy, Halle Berry, Jason Momoa, Amy Adams, Ryan Reynolds, Chris Hemsworth, and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Check it out below!  

The stories range from superheroes to westerns, thrillers, rom-coms, action, comedy, and sometimes all of those things combined.

Some of the more popular titles include the mega-budgeted heist film Red Notice, starring Gal Gadot, the Rock, and Ryan Reynolds.

There's The Harder They Fall with Regina King and Idris Elba, as well as Don’t Look Up, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ariana Grande, Timothee Chalamet, Kid Cudi, and Meryl Streep.

While not all the titles have exact release dates yet, you can expect one to drop each week. 

Zack Snyder's 'Army of the Dead'
Zack Snyder's 'Army of the Dead'Credit: Netflix
Check out the full list below! 

2021 NETFLIX FILMS (A-Z)

  • 8 Rue de l'Humanité*
  • A Boy Called Christmas
  • A Castle for Christmas
  • Afterlife of the Party
  • Army of the Dead
  • Awake
  • A Week Away
  • A Winter’s Tale from Shaun the Sheep**
  • Back to the Outback
  • Bad Trip
  • Beauty
  • Blonde
  • Blood Red Sky*
  • Bombay Rose
  • Beckett
  • Bruised
  • Concrete Cowboy
  • Don't Look Up
  • Double Dad*
  • Escape from Spiderhead
  • Fear Street Trilogy
  • Fever Dream*
  • Finding ‘Ohana (January 29)
  • Fuimos Canciones*
  • I Care A Lot (February 19)**
  • Intrusion
  • Kate 
  • Love Hard
  • Malcolm & Marie (February 5)
  • Monster
  • Moxie (March 3)
  • Munich*
  • Nightbooks
  • Night Teeth
  • No One Gets Out Alive
  • O2*
  • Outside the Wire (January 15)
  • Penguin Bloom (January 27)**
  • Pieces of a Woman (January 7)
  • Red Notice
  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Robin Robin 
  • Skater Girl
  • Stowaway**
  • Sweet Girl
  • The Dig (January 29)
  • The Guilty
  • The Hand of God*
  • The Harder They Fall
  • The Kissing Booth 3
  • The Last Letter from Your Lover**
  • The Last Mercenary*
  • The Loud House Movie
  • The Power of the Dog
  • The Princess Switch 3
  • There's Someone Inside Your House
  • The Starling
  • The Swarm*
  • The White Tiger (January 22)
  • The Woman in the Window
  • Things Heard and Seen
  • Thunder Force
  • tick, tick...BOOM! 
  • To All The Boys: Always and Forever
  • Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans
  • Untitled Alexandre Moratto*
  • Untitled Graham King
  • Untitled Alicia Keys Rom-Com
  • Wish Dragon
  • YES DAY (March 12)

*non-English language

**not available globally

What are you most excited to see? Let us know in the comments!     

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Time for Netflix to initiate negotations with movie theater chains. For a test to see if it works, I would strongly suggest... screenings of many films such as Roma, The Irishman, El Camino and Mank to see if it does work. Might attract audiences.

January 12, 2021 at 12:14PM

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Jesse J. Tripp
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I saw Roma in a movie theater in Washington DC. It was a great experience. I would have enjoyed The Irishman in a theater too. But anyway, they seemed open to the idea with Roma, I don't know what they'll do in the future.

January 13, 2021 at 10:34AM, Edited January 13, 10:35AM

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Sam Hakes
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I was making a point. They should begin talks with every theater chains, make deals, find a solution the problems they've had for so long. Who knows?

January 16, 2021 at 6:30PM

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Jesse J. Tripp
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Lots of money went into these films. It is nice to see them, plus some actors who couldn't get directing jobs before in high profile films, now they can try their hand on it. However, my problem with the strategy is that while they mostly showed on the trailer all the action films (about 90% of what was shown was action/thriller), if you actually read that catalog (Variety has a listing of genre for these), only about 20% of the films are action. And only 1 sci-fi. It's like knowing that audiences like action, and the trailer for the films showcase that, but what they actually deliver at the end is mostly dramas and family movies. Just saying.

January 12, 2021 at 7:58PM

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Eugenia Loli
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Drop??? Why the heck would they do that when things are going so well??? OH, you mean the ridiculous new meaning of "drop"! Back in my day, "drop" meant omit/delete/get rid of/cancel. Now it means introduce/release/create. I'm only 62 but I'm already feeling like a curmudgeon! :-)

January 14, 2021 at 10:15AM

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I'm waiting The Starling

February 8, 2021 at 8:10AM

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